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book advice needed

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by joker123, Jul 11, 2011.

  1. Hi,

    I am starting a new job which involves distance learning and marking work without any actual face to face contact with students, I am only marking one particular course so am worried i become repetitive.
    I always feel that I tend to use same phrases and words when marking work and I want to make it more individualised when feeding back.

    Can anyone recommend a website or book which gives advice on writing feedback? any help would be greatly appreciated.

     
  2. I've never heard of such a book or site, and wouldnt use one myself but I guess each to their own.
    Just make sure your feedback is relevent to the work and they shouldnt be too alike. What have they achieved? What do they need to do to make things better next time? Etc..
     

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